G-7E9VWB7VSQ 504986013448550 Wrapped Podcast

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Episode 4

 
Published on:

27th Aug, 2021

Episode 29

 
Published on:

20th Aug, 2021

Episode 27

 
Published on:

6th Aug, 2021

Episode 26

 
Published on:

30th Jul, 2021

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About the Podcast

Wrapped
Breaking Down & Counting Down the Best Albums of Every Year
Join music connoisseurs Colton Hinderliter, Ryan Key, and Adam Stansell as they countdown their favorite Albums of the Year! Tune in weekly as they discuss Singles and Albums both new and old and why they are so good. |
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About your hosts

Adam Stansell

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Music has always been a huge part of my life. It has some of the greatest potential of anything in the world to really effect change in a positive way, from the way it works on the inside of us, to the way it brings light to the situations of the world that need attention. Nothing brings me more joy than listening to and breaking down music to help myself and others understand it better, and to honor everything that these artists bring to the table.

Ryan Key

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I am an avid fan of music and love finding the most sonically interesting gems in the world of modern music. I'm a sucker for anything Pop Punk and Scene related as well as the multiple branches of EDM and modern Electronic music. I'm never one to turn down the opportunity to listen to new selections, and am always interested in hearing what our listeners are throwing on repeat!

Colton Hinderliter

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I have a background in musical theatre, so my life has always been surrounded by music. However, it would not be until 2013 when I first heard Frank Ocean's "Channel Orange" and Daft Punk's "Random Access Memories" that I felt awakened to my passion for contemporary music. From making intricate album notes on my phone, to posting cleverly crafted Instagram stories, to now with my first podcast, I hope that Wrapped can inspire others to appreciate music for what it is really is: therapeutic.